JD Pinchoff
JD Pinchoff, native of Monroe, MI, now residing in Bowling Green, OH, growing up had a passion for four-part harmony. He sang with the Blackwood Brothers from 1993 until the end of 2000, at which time the illness and death of Cecil Blackwood caused a disbanding of the group. While with the Blackwood's, JD had the pleasure of meeting such celebrities as Billy Graham, Rex Humbard, Barbara Mandrell, Mel Gibson, Gary Busey, The Statler Brothers, Oak Ridge Boys, Jimmy Dean and Bill and Gloria Gaither. He became close personal friends of JD Sumner and Harold Reed of the Statlers. At age 48, JD Pinchoff has, and is currently singing bass vocals with Elvis tribute artists. He is currently a member of the Gospel Music Association, the Northwest Ohio Gospel Music Association, and The Kentuckians.